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cia chief david pest pet and general allen widen, leon panetta cautions by jumping to conclusions. >> outbreck investigation. lawmakers question behind the meningitis outbreak. >> officers put their lives on the line to stop a shooting at a sikh temple. >> he shot me in the back of the skull and as silly as it sounds i thought to myself is that not enough? >> he's not leaving this parking lot and he's not getting back inside the church. >> this is the "cbs morning news" for wednesday, november 14, 2012. good morning. good to be with you. i'm terrell brown. we begin with the unfolding sex scandal that cost the cia director his job and now a top u.s. military commander is
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tangled in this drama. it has enough twists and subplots to rival a soap opera. paula broadwell warned general john allen that jill kelly was a so ductress. broadwell's emails to kelly triggered the investigation. petraeus and kelly wrote letters on behalf of her twin sister in a custody battle. it's turning into a mess that susan mcginnis is covering for us right now. susan, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. the overriding concern amid this sex scandal are the national security implications here and today house intelligence leaders
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morell a leading candidate to replace petraeus at the cia. now paula broadwell and jill kelly two women involved here are not making any statements to the press so far. general allen is considering making a statement. >> susan mcginnis in washington this morning. jill kelley is well-known in social circles for her work with
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the military community. kelly and her husband often hosted parties for officers and their families. she was given an honorary ambassadorship for her work. over the weekend she made a call to 911 complaining about a reporter near her property claiming she was a diplomat. >> i have vulnerability, they should not be able to stalk my property. >> the state department says kelly has no formal affiliation with it and the u.s. central command in tampa says she has no official position with it. meanwhile the defense secretary panetta demost ad four star general. william ward was stripped of a star after being accused of spending thousands of dollars on lavish travel and other unauthorized spends. he's been ordered to repay the government $82,000. to efforts to avert the fiscal cliff. today president obama holds his first news conference since being re-elected. he'll meet with business leaders
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to discuss the budget crisis. on friday he meets with congressional leaders as they work to avoid the tax hikes and spending cuts scheduled to go into effect next year. if that happens, middle income families will see a tax increase of $2,000. the congressional budget office says nearly 3.5 million jobs will be lost and the unemployment rate will jump to over 9% if a deal isn't reached. the white house says the president is prepared to listen. >> fair to say the president also believes -- he's not looking to box himself in or box other people's ideas out as we approach the conversation that will begin on friday. >> republicans want to hold the line on income tax rates and force bigger spending reductions. on capitol hill today lawmakers will question the head of the pharmacy that's at the heart of the deadly meningitis outbreak. turns out federal health inspectors wanted to hut down the new england compounding center until it cleaned up its operation. jim axelrod reports. >> reporter: this 22-year-old
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college yearbook picture of barry is one of the few public images of new england compounding center. that will change when he's called to capitol hill to testify about the 32 meningitis deaths traced to drugs made by his company. congressman cliff stern chairs the energy and commerce subcommittee that's investigating. >> i have the right to say there's a debacle here, there's mall if he assistance. can you explain in. >> reporter: stern expect cadden to stay silent. >> the quality control was terrible at the new england compounding center and he was doing nothing about it. so for some reason he was camouflaging and trying to indicate to the fda there's no problem. >> was barry cadden a liar? >> obviously he was shading the truth. >> reporter: stern plans to investigate an incident in 2004 when cadden was asked by an fda
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investigator if necc had trypan blue in stock. cadden said no according to the investigator who then reported finding 189 vials of it on site. >> the fda has a throat explain here because at this point all of us are just aghast at the number of people that have died as well as a huge number of people that ended up in hospitals. >> reporter: stern plans to question fda commissioner about why the agency dropped investigations into the trypan blue incident. and another two years earlier when at least two people developed septic shock after being injected with a drug made by necc. we called necc looking for comment. they didn't respond. the fda is out with a statement said it needs its authority to strengthen and looking forward to working with congress to see that this never happens again. jim axelrod, cbs news washington.
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fall outthis morning from hurricane sandy, the chief operating officer of the long island utility company that took so much heat for its response to the storm is stepping down. sandy knocked out power to more than a million long island power authority customers. some 10,000 still don't have electricity. lipa has taken criticism for how long it took to make repairs. appliances and natural gas maybe to blame for the explosion in indianapolis. two people were killed. the owner of the house at the center of the explosion says the furnace had been having problems. a quick break on this wednesday morning. when we come back dramatic dash cam video, new details showing police officers confronting a gunman and saving lives at a ting at a sikh temple in august. this is the "cbs morning news."
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all three people aboard the single-engine plane died when it crashed in their home on tuesday. it happened shortly after that plane took off from jackson. dental records and dna will be used to confirm the victim's identity. four deaths are blamed on severe flooding in italy. hundreds of evacuations. heavy rains led to rivers overflowing in central italy. northern italy had also been hit hard. the city barely keeps up with the storm surge. cbs moneywatch time now on a wednesday morning. strikes across europe today and thanksgiving travellers will have plenty of company. ashley morrison has more. >> reporter: police in spain arrested 30 people as another general strike gets under way. workers in spain and portugal walked off the job in protests of austerity measures. the strike prevents travel by train and air as well as closed down schools. protests are also planned in italy, greece, france and belgium. asian stocks got a lift after
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greece had a sale of short term treasury bills on tuesday. tokyo's nikkei broke a seven day losing streak while the hang seng gained 1%. investors jitters over the fiscal cliff in the u.s. and economic turmoil in europe sent wall street lower. the dow closed down at 58 points while the nasdaq fell 20 points. millions of shares of facebook could be looking for an investor to friend them on the stock market today. a lockup period on stock issued to the social networking company's first employees and investors ends today. now they can unload the stock that has lost nearly half of its value since facebook's ipo in may when shares opened at $38. and look for some extra traffic this thanksgiving if you're driving to spend the holidays with friends and family. aaa predicts slightly more americans will take to the nation's highways this year but those turkey day travellers say
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they won't be going as far so they can save on gas as household budgets remain tight. you're still coming over? >> yeah. i guess so. i'll be working. i won't be going very far. i'll be looking for something eat. >> i'll bring you leftovers. >> ashley morrison here in new york. coming up your wednesday morning weather, then heroes tell their tales. two police officers show how they topped last summer's deadly shooting at a sikh temple. summer's deadly shooting at a sikh temple. an intense burning sensation like somebody had set it on fire. and the doctor said, cindie, you have shingles. he said, you had chickenpox when you were a little girl... i said, yes, i did. i don't think anybody ever thinks they're going to get shingles. but it happened to me. for more of the inside story, visit
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here's a look at the weather in some cities around the country. in new york morning clouds and clearing 50 degrees. morning showers in miami, 82. occasional sun in chicago, 46 trees. mostly sunny in dallas, 63 and partly sunny in l.a., 82 degrees. let's check your national forecast. expect nice weather today across much of the country. clear skies over the eastern half of the nation. some showers in the south and northwest and northern rockies will see scattered rain and mountain snow showers. the midwest and west remain dry. when a white supremacist opened fire at a sikh temple police rushed to the scene. the gunman killed six but the toll may have been higher if it were not for two cops who gave their first interview to elaine quijano. >> reporter: 10:26 in the morning when oak creek police got the first 911 call. >> there's a guy in the church shooting with a gun.
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>> reporter: police lieutenant brian murphy, driving this car arrived first at the sikh temple. he found two bodies in the parking lot. >> i need an ambulance. i do not see a shooter anywhere. >> reporter: he got out of the car just seconds after he arrived he spotted the gunman wave michael page and chased him in the parking lot. >> i moved forward and realized very quickly this is probably the guy that we're looking for. >> reporter: page a white supremacist was armed with a nine millimeter semiautomatic pistol. >> that's when he raised his gun and we probably shot close to the same time. the first shot took me here and that's why my voice is the way it is. >> reporter: you can see page running towards murphy who is on the ground wounded out of frame on the right. page shot murphy 12 times. >> he shot me in the back of the skull. and as silly as it sounds i thought to myself is that not enough? >> reporter: what was the look in his eye?
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>> i expected there to be like most people some kind of, whether it's excitement or anger or something, but there was nothing. >> reporter: about two dozen people were hiding in and around the temple when officer sam lenda the best marksman on the force raced to the scene. >> i'm just stepping out here. i'm bringing the weapon up. giving the command. get down, drop the weapon. >> reporter: this is his dashboard camera. and that's his voice. >> this is when i started firing at him. i hit him on the second round. >> reporter: lenda hit page at a range of 60 yards. the wounded gunman shot himself in the head. this video never seen publicly shows lenda advancing on the gunman. >> my thought was if i can't shoot him i'm going to run him over. but he's not leaving this parking lot. and he's not getting back inside the church.
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>> reporter: you stopped him. more people could have died. >> he was on a mission. i confronted evil in the parking lot. and evil was not going leave there. >> the people who remained, people carry on. that's what's important. i went to see the neurologist about the bullet in my skull and he just looked and he said that's a miracle. you can call it divine intervention, call it dumb luck. i'm happy to take either one. >> reporter: worshippers have returned to the sikh temple and have forgiven page. lieutenant brian murphy has more surgeries ahead. he's not sure if he'll ever rejoin sam lenda but after
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surviving 12 bullets he knows anything is possible. elaine quijano, cbs news, oak creek, wisconsin. incredible story. when we come back, sign of the times. a cleveland woman ordered by a judge to hold an embarrassing sign in public as punishment. that's what people could say if you're still using a liquid foundation that can settle into your lines and wrinkles and make you look older-- like an apricot or a prune-- and i like both, i just don't want to look like one. covergirl and olay simply ageless foundation has regenerist serum and floats above lines and makes you look younger. you will look so young, people will be like, "how is that baby driving a minivan?" "who let the baby into the bar?" and so on. can your anti-aging makeup do that? simply ageless from olay and easy, breezy, beautiful covergirl. [ male announcer ] when was the last time something made your jaw drop? campbell's has 24 new soups that will make it drop over, and over again. ♪ from jammin' jerk chicken, to creamy gouda bisque. see what's new from campbell's. it's amazing what soup can do.
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in some cities around the country. in d.c., mostly sunny, 50 degrees. a mix of clouds and sun in atlanta, 54. mostly sunny in st. louis, 50 degrees. partly sunny in denver, 55 and mostly cloudy in seattle, 52 degrees. the puppeteer who brought elmo to life. he's been cleared of allegations of having sex with a teenage boy. a man in his 20s say kevin clash victimized him as a teen. but now he says the relationship
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was consensual. two snowboarders stranded on washington's mount rainier are back home. they got lost in white out conditions and dug a cave and called 911. rescuers reached the men two days later. neither suffered any injuries. a cleveland woman served some unusual punishment in the case of dangerous driving. 32-year-old sheena harden was ordered to hold up a sign that said only an idiot would drive on the sidewalk to avoid a school bus. she stood at an intersection for an hour. she was holding that sign because back in september she was caught on tape driving on the sidewalk to get around a school bus unloading children. in some places when you do that you go straight to jail. she was actually pretty lucky. i'm terrell brown, this is the "cbs morning news." lucky. i'm terrell brown, this is the "cbs morning news." ,,,,,,
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in northern australia today
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beach goers got a rare treat. they witnessed a total solar eclipse, wearing safety glasses tens of thousands gathered in queensland. the moon passed between the earth and sun for two minutes, it lasted about two months plunging the region into darkness. if you missed this one the next solar eclipse takes place in 2015. sex scandal may have forced david petraeus to resign his post as director of the cia but he's appearing as secretary of defense in a brand new video game. a character with 'petraeus' name and likeness pops up in "call of duty black ops ii." it is one of the most anticipated game the year. gamers are digging it right now. the plastic shopping bag may soon be a thing of the past. more than 110 cities and 13 states and d.c. have banned plastic bags at grocery stores or imposed fees for using them.
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at issue is their effect on the environment. >> reporter: you won't find blastic bags at the checkout counter at bob's market in southern california. they are banned in 50 cities and counties across the state. francine shops with her own reusable bag and wants more communities to enforce similar bans. >> if they went through a garbage dump or a trash site and saw what was going on they would think twice about it. >> reporter: supporters of the ban say plastic bags crowd land fills, pollute streets and waterways and threaten marine life. where plastic is banned like here in santa monica, stores go through piles of paper bags. those also take a toll on the environment but about 50% do get recycled. that's compared to about 5% of plastic bags. but manufacturers say banning the bags is unfair. >> the amount of litter nationally that plastic bags produce is less than half of 1%.
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>> reporter: marine scientis is with the advocacy group heal the bay and says in los angeles plastic bags make up closer to 25%. >> litter on the streets gets washed through the storm sewer system, through our waterway systems. and plastic bags are part of that trash. >> reporter: she says since the floating plastic can resemble jellyfish animals like sea otters confuse it for food. the future of plastic bags can depend on what happens in los angeles. l.a. is studying the impact of banning its own bag and could be the largest city in the country to ban plastic bags. >> coming up after your local news on cbs "this morning" new developments in the scandal involving general david petraeus and john allen. we'll get reaction from former chairman of the joint chief of staff richard myers who knows both men. congressional hearings into the deadly attack on the u.s. consulate in benghazi. we'll hear from senator john mccain. and a travel expert reveals the top hotels of 2012. that and more later.
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that's the news for this wednesday. appreciate you watching. i'm terrell brown in new york. take care everybody, have a great day. wednesday. appreciate you watching. i'm terrell brown in new york. take care everybody, have a great day. ,,,,
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er 14th. i'm fr >> your realtime captioner: linda marie macdonald . good morning, everyone. it is wednesday, november 14. good to have you with us. i'm frank mallicoat. >> i'm michelle griego. time now is just about 4:30. let's get a quick check on the weather with lawrence. a little chilly. >> but this is as good as it gets. we have a lot of sunshine coming our way. a lot the temperatures in the 70s. we'll talk more about that plus the prospects for rain coming up. a lot of overnight roadwork out there this morning. here's a

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